Week 6

I discovered that you can save an audio file as txt format, which then has a single line header (e.g. [ASCII 11025Hz, Channels: 1, Samples: 287448, Flags: 0]) and then one line for each sample with a single value (e.g. 0.00781) on each line. The numbers must represent both pitch and amplitude.
Here's an original and with all the numbers sorted

Headers are in uppercase, so changing all characters to upper case left the headers intact while making everything lower case ended up messing them up.

Changing character set on the Sopranos file made it unreadable (even though I left the header intact) while it had almost no effect on the honkytonk file.

OriginalUpper CaseLower CaseAlphabetize LinesSpell-CheckCharacter-set Conversion (to DOS)
bionic.aif bionic.aif bionic.aif bionic.aif bionic.aif bionic.aif
ChestnutSidedWarbler.aif ChestnutSidedWarbler.aif ChestnutSidedWarbler.aif ChestnutSidedWarbler.aif ChestnutSidedWarbler.aif ChestnutSidedWarbler.aif
fembot1.aif fembot1.aif fembot1.aif fembot1.aif fembot1.aif fembot1.aif
honkytonk.aif honkytonk.aif honkytonk.aif honkytonk.aif honkytonk.aif honkytonk.aif
jibberish.aif jibberish.aif jibberish.aif jibberish.aif jibberish.aif jibberish.aif
LarkSparrow.aif LarkSparrow.aif LarkSparrow.aif LarkSparrow.aif LarkSparrow.aif LarkSparrow.aif
sopranos1.aif sopranos1.aif sopranos1.aif sopranos1.aif sopranos1.aif sopranos1.aif
under-dog-theme.aif under-dog-theme.aif under-dog-theme.aif under-dog-theme.aif under-dog-theme.aif under-dog-theme.aif
wilhelm.aif wilhelm.aif wilhelm.aif wilhelm.aif wilhelm.aif wilhelm.aif